much like summer as it dwindles through fields of its own heat and collapses into fall, i will slip slowly into sleep much easier as time passes by.
i still fail to recognize, love or accept myself, but i think i'm coming closer to achieving that goal with each passing moment.
thank you all; stay radiant.
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Marshmello - TakE IT BacK
Marshmello - TakE IT BacK
Remixes and mashups including tracks from every decade since the 60s ;) Enjoy.
(I'm aware the levels are a little effed in places. My mixing mistake. Sorry about that)
The Beatles - Come together (A.Skillz Remix)
Mark Morrison - Return Of The Mack (Viceroy "Jet Life" Remix vs divsa Remix vs e.lav's slappin' fingers)
Justin Bieber - Boyfriend (Risk One Edit)
Sandro Silva & Quintino vs. Diddy, Ludacris, DJ Felli Fel - Get Epic in Here (SmithAgentSmith Bootleg)
Stevie Wonder - Superstition (The Noisy Freaks Remix)
Kriss Kross - Jump (TBMA Remix)
The 5th Element - Diva Opera (Original Mix)
Graycat - Gently With a Chainsaw (More 80s)
Animotion - Obsession (Joman Remix)
The Bangles - Walk Like An Egyptian (Zap! Pow! Die! Re-Edit)
Corona - Rhythm of the Night (Vass Remix)
Gerry Rafferty/Tommy Trash/Michael Mind - Baker St. Blend (Method Edit)
Earth, Wind & Fire - September (James Egbert Remix)
Robyn x Joe Garston x Avicii - Dancing Forever (Dave Edwards Edit)
The Prodigy - Everybody In The Place (Bingo Players Bootleg)
Federico Scavo vs. Lazy Rich - Lady 2 Da Floor (Maluu Mashup)
Jay Stone - Closer Love vs. SHM - Don't You Worry Child (Landis Remix) - e.lav's slappin' turkey fingers edit
e.lav - Daylight Saving Sleep Deprivation
Dotcom - Shake My London Bridge
Vuther - Fire (David Gravell vs Basto vs Cedric Gervais)
TeeTs - Wide Awake for the Finale
Adam Beyer’s Drumcode is growing from strength to strength, year after year, with a non-stop release schedule showcasing both the labels new and most established artists with cutting edge techno beats. After 20 years since its inception, Drumcode continues to push the boundaries, firmly grounding their position as the world’s No.1 techno label.
Drumcode’s youngest rising star, Layton Giordani, exploded on to the scene after his debut album “Where It Begins” back in February, after scoring some of the biggest festivals in Europe this summer, he now returns with an exciting collab titled “Live Again”.
NY born and bred, Danny Tenaglia has always been a true inspiration for Layton since his teenage years, so when the opportunity to collaborate with the fellow NY legend was on the cards, it was a dream come true.
Danny and Layton join forces for the lead track ‘Live Again’. Its deep and dark with a slowly building pad wrapping around a modulating synthetic hook. The dark and effected vocal echo takes the track into a hypnotic vibe.
‘Take It Back’ delivers a pumping drive the moment it fires up. Snapping percussive force and an infectious rhythmic groove will unhinge dance floors nationwide, whilst ‘Secrets of Vibration’ has a rattling, yet blistering low end presence to it.
The New Yorkers unite on this energetic and exciting collab.